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ShoFight 20 Live Results And Play-By-Play

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As with every major (and this somewhat minor) show, Bloody Elbow will be here to bring you live results, play by play and commentary for ShoFight 20 tonight from Springfield, MO. The event is airing live in Canada on The Fight Network, and the broadcast kicks off at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. If you live outside of Canada, the only way to watch will be a delayed pay-per-view on July 1st. So it looks like you're going to have to follow Tim B's play-by-play if you want to know what's going on.

The main event sees former UFC fighters Karo Parisyan and John Gunderson square off for the promotion's vacant welterweight title, while Ultimate Fighter winner Kendall Grove will meet undefeated Strikeforce star Derek Brunson for the promotion's middleweight title in the co-main event. You can check out the whole card below, and remember to pop by and check out what's happening. You can see the full play-by-play after the jump.

Main Card:

John Gunderson defeated Karo Parisyan by submission (guillotine choke), 2:04 of round 1
Kendall Grove defeated Derek Brunson by split decision
Lyle Beerbohm defeated Marcus Aurelio by unanimous decision
Mike Wessel defeated Matt Kovacs by TKO (strikes) at 4:50 of round 2
Jonatas Novaes defeated Drew Fickett by TKO (strikes) at 51 seconds of round 1
Chris Greutzemacher defeated Roli Delgado by TKO (elbows) at 3:24 of round 3

Swing Bouts (took place after main card):

Sevak Magakian defeated James Reese by unanimous decision
Chris McDaniel defeated Charles Bennett by submission (triangle choke), 2:52 of round 1
Sam Alvey defeated Lucas Lopez by TKO (strikes), 1:37 of round 1

Preliminary Card:

Dustin Phillips defeated Allen Gibson by unanimous decision
Matt Lucas defeated Lucas Overcast by unanimous decision
Mike Brazzle defeated Karen Darabedyan by TKO, round 1
Jacob Ritchie defated Robert Saborudden by TKO, round 3
Jason Ignacek defeated Gary Michaels via unanimous decision

Chris Greutzemacher vs. Roli Delgado - Round 1: The fighters exchanged leg kicks. Chris (I ain't typing out Greutzemacher a lot, deal with it) put Delgado against the cage and landed some knees. Chris looked for the takedown against the cage and eventually got it, but Delgado popped right back up. Delgado landed a nice straight left. He was using his length well, but ate some kicks in exchange. Chris G. landed a cup kick, but Roli only took a few seconds. Chris landed two solid rights after the restart .Chris has a cut over his left eye. Both fighters landed solid elbows in the clinch but Chris landed another groin shot, this time with a knee. Still no point deduction. Close round. 10-9 Greutzemacher for me, though all 3 announcers have it for Delgado.

Round 2: Roli landed a nice two-punch combo. Greutzemacher shot in for the takedown. Chris stacked him up, but ate an upkick. Chris ended up in an awkward position for a few seconds, basically sitting on Roli's face somehow. Delgado set up a leg lock but Chris spun out and landed some punches. Delgado attacked a leg again, but there's nothing there. Chris increased his GnP pace. The rest of the round was spent in Chris' corner, with Chris laying the leather on Roli. 10-9 Greutzemacher.

Round 3: The fighters brawled a bit to start the final round, and both had their moments. Chris probably got the best of it though. Greutzemacher missed with a spinning backfist. Chris landed some big shots against the cage, and dug to the body. More big knees and short elbows. Delgado collapsed to the mat and Chris kept going but the referee let it go, even with Delgado curling up. Finally Greutzemacher landed three huge elbows that forced the ref to jump in. Chris Greutzemacher defeated Roli Delgado by TKO, round 3.

Jonatas Novaes vs. Drew Fickett - Round 1: Novaes threw a headkick that was blocked, then landed a huge followup head kick that dropped Fickett even though he partially blocked it. Novaes initially decided to not go in for the kill, then changed his mind and pounced. 15 seconds of ground and pound forced the referee to wave off the fight. Jonatas Novaes defeated Drew Fickett by TKO, round 1

Mike Wessel vs. Matt Kovacs - Round 1: It took 40 seconds or so for them to actually engage. Wessel landed a combination and backed Kovacs up against the cage. He used a single leg to get him to the floor against the cage. Kovacs used some okay wrist control and landed some strikes from the bottom. Wessel landed a punch to the back of the head that went unnoticed. Kovacs got up briefly but Wessel dragged him back down in the middle of the cage. Kovacs got back up again, and went back down again. Guess who got up again? Guess who went back to the floor again? 10-9 Wessel.

Round 2: Kovacs tried to box, but got wrapped up by Wessel and taken down. Wessel actually got to side control this time, but Kovacs exploded back up to his feet. Aaaaand they're back on the floor. This time Wessel looked for a crucifix but settled for side control. Back up, back down three more times. Now Kovacs is curled up on his all fours, and Wessel landed some big knees to the body. Kovacs seemed pretty hurt and stopped defending, which was enough for the ref to stop the bout. Not exactly the most exciting finish, or fight for that matter. Mike Wessel defeated Matt Kovacs by TKO (strikes), round 2

Lyle Beerbohm vs. Marcus Aurelio - Round 1: After some kicks, Beerbohm ducked a right hook and got a single leg takedown. Aurelio looked to attack from the bottom immediately. Beerbohm seemed content to just sit on top of Aurelio or a while, but finally got some short shots in. Aurelio is trying to attack, but he's getting shut down. Beerbohm rode out the round on top. 10-9 Beerbohm.

Round 2: Beerbohm immediately got a takedown, but Aurelio got up this time. Beerbohm landed a couple of knees again the cage and took it back down, but Aurelio has a guillotine. Lyle popped out though. Beerbohm opened up a huge cut with an elbow. Blood actually ended up on some people ringside, that's how much there is. Aurelio managed to lock up another guillotine though. The announcers argued about whether it was tight or not, but it wasn't and Beerbohm got out and they got back to their feet. Beerbohm got it back down immediately. The mat is super slippery due to all the blood. Beerbohm with another elbow. The cut isn't bleeding into Aurelio's eyes, so he's okay. Beerbohm closed out the round on top. 10-9 Beerbohm.

Round 3: Aurelio landed a big overhand right but got taken down against the cage. Aurelio squirmed away and got up. Beerbohm faked a takedown and landed a solid right, the takedown. Beerbohm turned up the tempo on his ground and pound. The referee warned Aurelio to get out of that position. Beerbohm got overzealous and Aurelio locked up an armbar out of nowhere, but Beerbohm slipped out and continued the GnP. Beerbohm with another elbow. Aurelio still looked to attack from his back. Aurelio landed two illegal upkicks to a downed Beerbohm, who was pissed off. Aurelio got a point deducted. Beerbohm slipped on a kick to end the bout. 10-8 Beerbohm, and 30-26 overall on my card. Lyle Beerbohm defeated Marcus Aurelio by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26)

Derek Brunson vs. Kendall Grove - Round 1: Grove landed a kick and Brunson missed with a huge punch. Brunson scooped up Grove and slammed him. Grove looked for a triangle and Brunson let him up. Grove landed a head kick and a nice uppercut. Grove landed a nice knee with the thai clinch. Brunson backed it up against the cage and Grove landed some foot stomps. Brunson with another big slam, right into side control. Grove looked for a leglock, but Brunson popped out and took his back. Grove got back to full guard. Brunson backed out and Grove landed a glancing upkick. 10-9 Brunson.

Round 2: Grove landed a kick to the body. After whiffing on some punches, Brunson slammed Grove to the ground against the cage. Brunson grinded away on top, landing a few lefts and controlling Grove nicely. Brunson finally backed off, and Grove landed some kicks to the legs from his back. Brunson passed the legs and ended up in north-south, then side control. Brunson backed out again, and ate an upkick. Grove got up. Grove landed a right after some clinch work. Grove with a head kick and a nice right. Brunson looks tired, and is running a bit. Grove looked good on the feet, but wasn't there long enough. 10-9 Brunson.

Round 3: Brunson shot in immediately but got rebuffed. Grove with a right. Brunson ducking and winging rights. Grove with two inside leg kicks and a body kick. Grove controlled the first 90 seconds on the feet, but got taken down by a Brunson power double. Grove got up briefly but Brunson had a body lock and they went back down. Grove got back up once again. Brief ref stop for some loose tape. Brunson immediately took it back down after the restart. Grove looked for a kimura but Brunson pulled free. Grove landed an illegal upkick and they restarted on the feet for some reason. Grove landed a big right and rebuffed a takedown with 35 seconds to go. Another big right and two huge knees. Brunson's still there, and hyping the crowd. Brunson dropped his hands and Grove clipped him, but he ran out of time. 10-9 Grove, but Brunson has it 29-28 on my card. Wow, absolutely terrible decision. Kendall Grove defeated Derek Brunson by split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27)

Karo Parisyan vs. John Gunderson - Round 1: Gunderson with a left hook, but Karo took it to the floor quickly. Karo jumped right out of Gunderson's guard into side control. He looked to go into mount but Gunderson popped back to his feet. Karo with a jab and a right hook. Big knee from Gunderson as Karo waded in, right on the cheek. Gunderson looked for a takedown but Karo fought it off. Gunderson missed with a wild right. Gunderson locked up a guillotine and fell to his back, and Karo tapped! He immediately grabbed his face afterwards, seemingly injured from that big knee earlier. John Gunderson defeated Karo Parisyan by submission (guillotine choke), round 1